MaD2017: Sponsorship, with thanks

MaD for the Future 2017 was proudly partnered, sponsored and supported by:

MaD2017 Partners:

 

 

The Innovative Manufacturing and Materials (IMM) Programme is an interdisciplinary and industry-facing research programme drawing on specialist expertise in manufacturing, materials, product and process development, business and commercialisation from across the University of Auckland. The IMM Programme, led by Professor Simon Bickerton, received funding (a University of Auckland Strategic Research Initiative Fund) for a five year period (2016 – 2020) with the aim of establishing a Manufacturing and Design Centre of Research Excellence (MaD CoRE). This CoRE will undertake high quality scientific research to assist New Zealand to be an innovation-led economy and society. Paramount to this process, is the establishment of a national MaD Network which is a newly formed community of New Zealand researchers in manufacturing and design, working in close collaboration with industry. This cross-disciplinary researcher network will be focused on New Zealand’s manufacturing economy of the future. Development of the MaD Network, which includes an annual MaD Conference is led by the IMM Programme.

 

 

 

ATEED is tasked with driving innovation and transforming  the local economy,  so that Auckland is a desirable place to visit, live, work, play, invest and do business. ATEED began operating in November 2010 when the Auckland Council structure was established following the amalgamation of the previous regional council and seven city and district councils in the Auckland region. The economic powerhouse of New Zealand, Auckland has a population of 1.5 million and contributes 35 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Auckland’s population is expected to grow by another one million by 2040, providing a stimulus for further economic expansion and opportunities in the region.

 

MaD2017 Sponsors:

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Our Other MaD2017 Sponsors

 

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MaDE2022 WILL NOT GO AHEAD AS SCHEDULED

ON 25 - 26 JANUARY 2022

In response to the New Zealand government’s recent announcement that all of New Zealand will move to traffic light Red at 11.59pm 23 January 2022, the MaDE Conference Executive have met and confirmed that the MaDE2022 Conference will not go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday 25 - Wednesday 26 January 2022.

More information will be forthcoming, we thank you for your patience as we work through our options.

CONFERENCE PARTNER

CONFERENCE DATES

MaDE2022 has been cancelled.

SUBMISSION DATES

Abstract Portal Now Closed
Abstract Review Complete: 1 Aug 2021
Authors Notified: 10 Aug 2021
All Abstract Revisions Due: 20 Aug 2021
Student Innovation Showcase EOIs due: 10 Sep 2021
ALL PRESENTERS RECONFIRM for MaDE2022 by: 12 Nov 2021

REGISTRATION DATES

Registration Open
Early Bird Reg. Close: 24 Dec 2021
Standard Reg. Close: 14 Jan 2022

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